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Coill An Rois

Dingle, Kerry, V92 PK85

Review Score: Superb 9.8/10

12km from Dingle

Meet your host…

Jimmy Bruic

A warm welcome awaits you at Coill an Rois bed and breakfast.

Bally Ganeen
V92 PK85

A Fáilte Ireland Covid-19 Safety Chartered B&B.

A cosy hideaway at the foot of Mount Brandon just 12km from Dingle, Coill An Rois is the ideal spot to explore gorgeous County Kerry from. Host and chef Jimmy Bruic offers sumptuous breakfasts of locally sourced produce. Highly commended by Fáilte Ireland and Aer Lingus Magazine, from the house guests can explore the Dingle Peninsula, the Blasket Islands and the lively town of Dingle. Visitors can also golf, fish and explore the many walking and cycling trails nearby.

How to get here

There are two main roads into Dingle From Tralee/Killarney direction. The main N86 or the scenic Conor Pass route. Both of these routes pass through Dingle town – As you pass the tourist office, follow the harbour past the marina and you will come to a roundabout. Go through the roundabout (second exit) following the sign for 'Feohanagh'. Stay on this road for approximately 10km (passing a large hardware store on the way). Then you'll see a sign for a pet farm - stay on the main road. Continue until you see the white sign for Coill An Rois and turn right. At the fork in the road there's a small white bed and breakfast signpost, stay to the left of this and follow the next signpost around the corner to Coill An Rois.

Sat Nav: Lat (52.216971) - Long (-10.329172)

  • Failte Ireland Safety Charter


  • Baby Sitting
  • Cot Available
  • Credit Cards Accepted
  • Cycling
  • Fishing within 5kms
  • Golfing within 5kms
  • Hair Dryer
  • Horse Riding
  • Irish Spoken
  • Ironing
  • Light Meals Available
  • No Smoking House
  • Private Car Park
  • TV in Bedroom
  • Walking
  • Wi-Fi

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Judith L

21 May 2023 
Review Score: 10/10

On a recent 2 week trip to Ireland we booked a variety of accommodations, from 2 bedroom apartments in Dublin and Galway to this peaceful B&B in the Dingle countryside. Coill An Rois was just what we were hoping for, a chance to spend a bit of time with a local host who could share stories and information about the area. Jimmy is a very experienced host who seemed to know about everything and everyone on the Dingle peninsula. He shared interesting histories about the area and some of the local establishments, advice on where to eat and what to see, and was a wealth of information. We had a car so it was very easy to get to his B&B but others had hiked in or come via taxi. My husband and I had a room on the ground floor, which was great for my somewhat limited mobility, and our friends had one on the second floor. Both were lovely - large, quiet and very clean - with beautiful views. As many others have mentioned, Jimmy is a great chef, making a variety of baked treats and using fresh eggs from his family’s farm. I would stay here again. The only things I might do differently next time would be to stay longer (3-4 nights would allow for a much better pace to see the many sights of Dingle) and, having enjoyed Dingle in the quiet and very green month of May, I would go in June to see the Coill An Rois (rose woods/forest) in bloom. Thanks Jimmy, it was such a treat! PS. Try the Dingle gin ice cream! It was amazing.

Kenneth Kaplan

03 May 2023 
Review Score: 10/10

Jimmy was a wonderful host and exceptional chef. The house was clean and the beds comfy. Thank you for hosting us and providing us with spectacular memories.

David and Liz

17 Apr 2023 
Review Score: 10/10

Jimmy was a wonderful host, and has a lovely home. We just wish we could have stayed longer. Everything was as described and the breakfast was fantastic.

Rick and Jenny Winkeller

01 Oct 2022 
Review Score: 10/10

Wow what a fantastic B&B. Jimmy is the perfect host. Try the porridge with Irish Cream. YUM. The breakfasts were made from scratch with homemade scones. He even got up early, in the dark and pick fresh blackberries for us. His guidance on where to hike, eat and sight see were totally what we were looking for. Thanks to Noreen also!


15 Aug 2022 
Review Score: 10/10

The house is in a great place and Jimmy was a hospitable host. His breakfast was one of the best we had while in Ireland. Our room was roomy and comfortable. I highly recommend this as a starting point to take the Slea Head Drive.


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